Zanes Law, a local Tucson personal injury law firm will be hosting a 100 teachers at their new centrally-located office on Speedway Boulevard as a part of their second-annual school supply giveaway.

Schools across the country are facing severe budget cuts and lack the funding to purchase necessary supplies. Zanes Law’s solution is to help teachers and children by giving them the tools they need to succeed.

Zanes Law’s Second-Annual School Supply Giveaway is an opportunity for teachers to decrease their out-of-pocket expenses and give them the opportunity to shop for their “wish list” of school supplies for their students and classroom. Zanes Law will be providing everything from paper and pens to flash drives to ensure their classrooms measure up and are ready to teach today’s youth. Zanes law announced the 2nd Annual School Supply Giveaway on their Facebook page, and gave the opportunity for 100 local teachers to take advantage of the giveaway. “Zanes Law realizes that in today’s difficult economy we can either help others or we can look the other way. We have always chosen to help!” Says Zanes Law's owner, Doug Zanes.

In addition to Zanes Law helping fund classrooms; The American Red Cross will be at the event on Saturday with their bloodmobile to take greatly needed donations, as the summer is their slowest season.

Zanes Law’s School Supply Giveaway will be held on Saturday, Aug. 4, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at their new central location, 3501 E. Speedway Blvd. For more information and apply for the giveaway, visit www.Facebook.com/ZanesLaw.

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